This article explains how to convert all caps letters into lowercase using Microsoft Word. Sometimes you have certain text with all letters capitalized. Let us suppose you need to shift all letters into lowercase, or to make only first letters of each word as capital and the rest ones as small. Surely, it is a nonsense to re-type all words all over again to suit your preferences! Why don’t you use the function that is available for all versions of Microsoft Word?
There’s a good hotkey combination that we will use for such purpose. It is called “Shift + F3“. Pressing it several times changes your desired text according to your preference. For example, we have the text completely capitalized, such as: “I WANT TO CHANGE SMALL TEXT INTO CAPITAL“. Let us copy and paste this portion of text into Microsoft Word. Now, let’s make the text highlighted. Then, using the “Shift + F3” hotkey command repeatedly, we will encounter the following text transformations, with each single hotkey application:
By pressing Shift and F3 one time, you will get:
“i want to change small text into capital”
By pressing Shift and F3 a second time you will convert that original all caps line into this:
“I Want To Change Small Text Into Capital”
By pressing Shift and F3 a third time you will again see all text capitalized.
Hopefully, you will enjoy using this option, but it is only available when you use Microsoft Word as a platform for text conversion. Good luck!